"When a plane with 239 people on board disappear without a trace, it is more than a tragedy only for the relatives. It is also a security issue for everyone who flies."
"Five years after MH370's disappearance still no answers on what happened. Which means that the same thing can happen again."
"Theories are not lacking, but it is just theories."
"the Truth is that neither the airline or anyone else has a clue about what happened when the plane suddenly disappeared from the radar on its way from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to China's capital Beijing."
"Unless there is anyone who withholds information."
"The only thing that is obvious is that it is not a normal crash where a technical problem suddenly got the plane to plunge. Most of the evidence suggests that any on-board or externally in any way taken control of the plane and caused the crash."
"so many questions still left to straighten out the means that aviation safety is undermined. As long as we don't know what happened it is not possible to take some countermeasures to prevent it from happening again. Which is very unsatisfactory, and a significant problem for both the airline industry as a passenger."
"as long As no one behind the disappearance appears so is the only way to get the response to find the downed aircraft, which are likely located somewhere on the bottom of the ocean between Australia and Africa. "
"in Spite of very extensive studies over a 200 000 square kilometers large area so it is only found as a few debris that floated in the country along the east African coast."
"the Plane's black boxes where all the flight data is stored has long ago stopped providing signals from which makes it even harder to find the plane."
"Before the fifth anniversary of the disappearance have family members demanded that the trace will resume. The malaysian government has said it is willing to do it if new information comes forward."
"A new search is very costly and the probability to find the plane this time is not excessively large. Therefore, it may seem as a rather unnecessary effort other than to calm the relatives. However, from a pure flygsäkerhetssynpunkt it can be money well invested. Without that the fuselage is found, we get no answers."
"Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 had been on the road in 40 minutes without reporting any problems when it suddenly disappeared from the radar. Someone on board turned off the transponder makes the plane to go to track. This can reasonably only have been made by any of the two pilots or any flygkunnig who managed to get into the cockpit."
"Thanks to military radar and satellites, it has nevertheless gone on to say that the plane suddenly changed its route and began to fly south instead. It is not a plan make by itself. Either had the autopilot set in advance, or the pilot physically to have changed course."
"Why? Is, of course, the natural question that arises."
"Here are the main theories that have not been cancelled but there are more."
"1. Chefspiloten Zaharie Ahmad Shah used the plane to commit suicide. On a flight simulator in his home, there was a route posted to the southern part of the Indian Ocean, a route similar to the planet is assumed to have taken. But his family deny that he must have been depressed or suicidal. Just a few weeks after MH370 disappeared, a German pilot suicide by locking himself in the cockpit and crash the plane in the Alps. So completely unlikely is not the theory."
"2. Any of the pilots or someone unnoticed, managed to get on board hijacked the plane and crashed it deliberately in any form of terrorism or action to harm the airline. But why without leaving a message behind?"
"3. An accident on board led to a significant pressure drop in the cabin as did both the pilots and the passengers unconscious. The plane crashed when the fuel ran out. This is the airline's official theory. But who then changed the course and why was the transponder off?"
"4. Someone managed to remotely hack into the plane's computer and take control. But then you have to wonder why the pilots in this case have not tried to contact air traffic control."
"apparently, it is on point after point big questions and objections. There is simply no theory in a reasonable way explain what happened."
"Therefore it is of paramount importance that the plane is found. Not primarily for the families but for everyone's safety."